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Will be staying on Big Yellow Lake next week for a few days. First time fishing the lake. Targets will be walleyes and panfish. Will be fishing panfish with small leeches just off the weed edge at 9-12 FOW. Work for walleyes with bobbers(leech/nc) on humps and area from weedlines out to 20 FOW. Also lead core trolling with cranks on the north shoreline area. Is this a good game plan? Is there other areas to try and any other techniques such as lindy rigs, crawler harnesses, casting cranks that work well on this lake? Thanks for any input.

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For panfish, look in cabbage or coontail beds in 4-7FOW. Walleyes can be found in those spots too. Yes, that shallow.

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I never fish deeper than about 6-7 feet on Yellow, you will find walleyes right tight to the weeds at anytime of the day. Got 15 in a few hours last thur in the dead calm water with hot sun. Obiviously you can catch them deeper as well but seems like the shallows ones are pretty agressive.

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